The foreign policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan is a textbook example that geography still matters and can, and does, influence a government’s foreign policy.
For all the vicious debate, people may be surprised to learn that a US-Mexico border wall already exists.
North Korea leader Kim Jong-un garnered universal praise when he announced a halt of nuclear tests. It turns out he never had a choice in the matter.
If Armenia is headed for a color revolution, it’s one that will diverge from past examples.
Orban’s resounding election victory in Hungary and Macron’s “civil war” speech at the European Parliament reveal the widening rift between two competing visions of the EU’s future.
It’s time to codify access to clean and reliable energy as a basic human right.
Is terrorism fueled by economic, social, religious, or psychological factors?
A nationalist resurgence and disorganized opposition have Erdogan rolling the dice on early elections. Will his gamble pay off?
President Trump reaches for China’s own playbook on trade, with disastrous results for ZTE.
Niger has the world’s fourth-largest uranium reserves, and not much to show for it.
Russia is making great strides in the Arctic. Should other Arctic Council states be concerned?